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The $100 Guitar Documentary Project

by guitarkadia on May 5, 2013

in Documentary

The New York Times published a great article on the $100 Guitar Project tonight and I get a mention at the end regarding my documentary about the project.

On October, 10, 2010, guitar players Nick Didkovsky and Chuck O’Meara bought a no-name electric guitar from Elderly Instruments. After exchanging a few jokes about how it is the “guitar of your dreams”, they decided to launch a project asking their friends to take part in writing and recording an original track with it.

Within 48 hours they signed up over 60 guitar players to be a part of the project. Thus the $100 Guitar Project was born. Two years & 30,000 miles later, on January 1st, 2013, a double album was released with 69 tracks by Bridge Records.

I have been filming the documentary on the $100 Guitar Project since February of 2012. The film is currently in production. I’ve set up a dedicated Page for the documentary where you can watch the short teaser, and check out the links to other articles by The Boston Globe, NPR, Guitar Player Magazine, Metal Injection and INTRO.

Strings Direct February 20, 2013 at 5:13 am

I’ve followed on Twitter / Facebook for more updates! Thanks.

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